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with him. >> david brooks says obama has a leadership style about convening and delegating and sometimes he seems passive. does that strike you as correct? >> it doesn't strike me as correct. i read brooks' column and had the following reaction to it. it doesn't strike me as correct at all with respect to foreign policy. we he we have from the outset, as i described earlier, taken a serious effort to rebalance activities in the world. it's a president who made decisions at the outset in iraq. it's a president who made a decision with afghanistan that in fact we were underresourced and didn't have strategy and direction and tripled the number of troops through a surge we're now seeing, again, from a position of success being able to take down. the numbers of. it's a president who has had the united states in the lead in terms of counterterrorism. it's a president who in europe, for example, we had a summit last november where the president led the effort on missile defense, on getting a common way forward in afghanistan, on a new concept for europe and nato's work there. it's a president who
crowley. former news of the world editor rebekah brooks was arrested in connection with british police investigations into phone hacking and police bribery. casey anthony walked free from a florida jail shortly after midnight this morning, about a thousand onlookers stood outside the jail watching as she left with her lawyer. anthony was released 12 days after a jury found her not guilty on murder and child neglect charges in the death of her 2-year-old daughter caylee. >>> the first stage of nato's handover to afghan security forces began today. the handover took place in the bam i don't know province, the first of seven areas set to assume responsibilities this month. >>> moammar gadhafi is vowing never to leave his country. his remarks were broadcast at a rally of his supporters after the united states recognized the opposition transnational council as libya's legitimate governing authority. those are your top stories, now back to "fareed zakaria gps". >>> events are heating up once again, throngs of protesters continue to occupy tahrir square and disrupt the political life in egypt
in the rupert murdoch media empire was arrested in london today. rebekah brooks was once the editor of murdoch's london-based tabloid "news of the world." she was taken into custody in connection with a phone hacking and police bribery scandal. >>> and casey anthony in this country is out of jail and out of sight. she walked out of the front door minutes after midnight at the jail in orlando there. her lawyer beside her, because of safety concerns. no one is saying where she is now or where she may go next. >>> join me for nor news rat at top of the hour. >>> this week, the american administration confronts a middle east where events are heating up once again. throngs of protesters continued to occupy tahrir square in cairo and disrupt the political life of egypt. across the mediterranean sea in syria, the u.s. and french embassies in damascus were attacked by pro-regime forces. what is going on? rami kuri is in the american university in beirut. he joins us from there, about as close as an outsider can get to syria. and we have aljazeera's cairo-based correspondent. i've looked at some of the
passive. does that strike you as correct? >> it doesn't strike me as correct. i read brook's column anded that the following reaction to at this time. it doesn't strike me as correct at all with respect to foreign policy. we are from the outset, as i described earlier, undertaken a very serious effort to rebalance america's activities and look in the world. it is a president who made decisions on the outset about iraq. it is a president who made decisions with respect to afghanistan. in fact we were under resourced and didn't str strategy and direction and tripled the number of troops there and now we are seeing in a position to take down the numbers. it is a president who has had the united states in the lead in terms of counterterrorism. it is a president who, in europe, for example, we had a summit last november. where the president led the effort on missile defense, on getting a common way forward in afghanistan, on a new concept for europe and alternate work there. it is a president who took the lead on taking the g-20 and making it the premier and principle global financial manageme
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